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Submitted by Jeff Pierson (United States), Sep 15, 2006 at 12:11

I understand that certain people should probably institutionalized because they are criminally predisposed due to mental illness; but I would think that a certain amount of anger would be a natural response to such an outrageous display of someone's supposed "religiosity"

I am still trying to find one good thing that ever came out of islam that supports the greater good. When I find it, I will be mightily shocked!...

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